Sunday Arts Magazine
THE LOST CITY OF MELBOURNE. Directed Gus Berger | Australia | 2022 | 80mins. Synopsis: Melbourne in the 1850s was the fastest growing city in the world. They dreamt big,... LEARN MORE
2022 Recipient – Angela Bailey Curator and photographic artist, Angela Bailey’s fellowship will result in The GLAD Project, an exploration into the often secreted queer lives of performance artists. B
Opera Australia will embark on its 26th annual National Tour with a new production by director Priscilla Jackman of Gioachino Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, opening 15 July at the... LEARN MORE
This July, Theatre Works and Burning House bring Ancient Rome to life in CALIGULA, a wild cross between MIDSOMMAR and AMERICAN PSYCHO in this massive play. Twelve actors bring this... LEARN MORE
Recalled and reimagined from the fantastical minds of her slain children, Medea: Out of the Mouths of Babes is Theatre Works’ latest premiere production, drawn from Euripides’ famous tale. Developed..
Stephen returns to talk to the Sunday Arts Magazine team about films.
Dolly Parton’s smash-hit West End musical, 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL, is wowing audiences and critics alike during its Australian premiere. The Australian tour is about to open at Brisbane’s... LEARN MORE
9 Lives is a new, visual art exhibition featuring the works of nine Melbourne-based female-identifying artists, including iconic costumier Rose Chong, showing at The Long Gallery at Montsalvat from 14
Daughters of Melbourne: A Guide to the Invisible Statues of Melbourne By Maree Coote At last! A TRUER History of Melbourne… With Added Women for extra strength! Meet the daughters... LEARN MORE
Linden New Art presents DISTANT SHORES, a new exhibition project co-produced by Melbourne/Naarm- based photographic artist Morganna Magee and curator Anna Monea. Developed in collaboration with member